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Central Asia  -  Present Challenges and Future Prospects
Central Asia - Present Challenges and Future Prospects

Central Asia - Present Challenges and Future Prospects

by V Nagendra Rao

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Language

English

Publisher

Knowledge World

ISBN

8187966343 - Year: 2005 - Pages: N/A

Binding

Hardcover

V Nagendra Rao
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Author: V Nagendra Rao
Mohammad Monir Alam/
Editor(s): V Nagendra Rao / Mohammad Monir Alam
Publisher: Knowledge World
Year: 2005
Language: English
Pages: N/A
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8187966343

Description

This volume captures the post-Soviet Transformation of Central Asia and examines various developments that have brought the region into international prominence. Of the three parts, the first one analyses the internal dimensions of transformation and concentrates on the political apparatus and state structures, economic aspects, problems of ethnicity and nationalism, and the role of religion and its transnational linkages in Central Asia.

The second part explores the strategic context of Central Asia and focuses especially on cooperation and competition between various regional and extra-regional powers, particularly the US, Russia and China, in their attempts t enhance influence over the region and gain control over the hydrocarbon reserves. This section also probes the relations of the Central Asian States with the neighbouring countries, Turkey, Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan.

The third section of the volume deals exclusively with Indo-Central Asian relations. It focuses primarily on new policy challenges confronted by India after the emergence of independent states in the Eurasian region, especially in the context of great power interplay and the continuously changing Eurasian strategic landscape. Apart from India’s security concerns, the chapters in this section also emphasise the economic aspects of Indo-Central Asian relations.

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